Meghan Ryan


Meghan Ryan

Meghan Ryan graduated from the University of Connecticut studying under Dr.Constance Rock with her Master of Music degree. Meghan’s previous roles include Meg March in Little Women, Cherubino in Le Nozze di Figaro, Nancy in Albert Herring and Rosina in Il Barbiere di Siviglia with UConn Opera Theater, Nina in the U.S. premiere of Justin Dello Joio’s Blue Mountain at UConn, and Dinah in Bernstein’s Trouble in Tahiti at the 2016 Nahant Music Festival in Nahant, MA. She has sung with such ensembles as Panopera, Boston’s Odyssey Opera, and Vancouver Opera Studio. She was also chosen as the mezzo-soprano participant for the 2017 Bach Institute at the Emmanuel Church in Boston.

Meghan performs with Boston Baroque and has recently sung the role of Second Priestess in the opera Iphigenie en Tauride. She has completed several recordings with soprano Kendra Colton and other musicians of Boston’s Emmanuel Music. She currently teaches elementary school music in Avon, CT. She recently completed her Suzuki piano Book 1 teacher training and is looking forward to attending the Suzuki voice teacher training this summer.

Meghan Ryan is a 2024 Charlotte Bach Festival Vocal Fellow.

Funding for the 2024 Vocal Fellows Program is generously provided by the Maurer Family Foundation